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this in massachusetts. telephones held together by the supreme court you baffles because it was attacked. >> and this was heavily debated. >> they all support it now. >> there's a lot of daylight in this law. there's nothing secret going on here. >> there's 3,000 pages, they promised they would put it up for everybody to look at -- >> we're going to go to break and continue this after the break. kevin, over here, thinks the president should be spending more time negotiating with republicans. when we get back, i'll mind him there's actually no one to negotiate with. [ male announcer ] what if a small company became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they embrace new technology instead? ♪ imagine a company's future with the future of trading. company profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back. i'm kevin madden, guest hosting on the right. president obama's apology is just the latest example of him thinking he can talk his way out of a problem. as for his claim -- it's an em
of massachusetts and that was changed as a national symbol. kennedy made it romantic and republicans were able to reduce it to harvard, symbolic out of the mainstream, too smart for prime time sort of thing. we both know boston is far more than harvard. scott brown is very much massachusetts just as elizabeth warren is. and i can see a guy like chris christie coming out of somewhere, southy or some other area in the greater boston area, like massachusetts is so much more than we were tagged dukakis. >> that gets to -- the reason i like michael dukakis, if somebody is wondering, why does he care about dukakis 25 years later? i think he gets one of the worst raps and unfair raps of any sort of modern major political figure. part of what you're saying about massachusetts is this idea of him being the harvard brookline tech no craft, volvo, wine and cheese, that's the label -- this image that stuck around him. i think it's tremendously unfair. not who he is. if you look at his rise in massachusetts, he appealed to the first generation and second generation pride, families off the boat struggling t
will support that. but i think we always assumed that, based on massachusetts' experience, the initial sign up will be very slow. and in fact, no payments have to be made until december 15 for coverage on january 1. so, while we don't like the problems we had in october and fixing it in november, we do not think it will impact the timeline because we have a six- month enrollment, so we still have four months left and individuals can apply up until march. >> thank you. thank you, mr. chairman. >> now to senator robert. -- senator roberts. senator robert? >> thank you, mr. chairman. 'm going to focus, if i can, on the concerns raised by senator isakson, alexander, and the chairman, on security and privacy. we have a law, the federal information security management .ct, his mother --fisma everything has to have an acronym. it requires each agency to a point a chief security officer to ensure americans private financial and identifying information is protected. and that is a big issue. secretary civilians revealed last week exchanges operating on temporary authority to operate. there is a 2012 12
and the delay of the navy property. obviously the navy property massachusetts has been through idealize as we talked about the navy clean up. we have to change the schedule to move the project forward. most significantly you know, we really requested that the developer reorganize the phasing to enable al lettuce griffith to proceed. when we approved the project in 2010 we negotiated that the alice griffith revitalization would be linked up for the phase two market rate development. while it seemed smart tempting at the time it wouldn't allow the developer to start without doing alice griffith we didn't anticipate the display that actually prevented us from starting on alice awhile we wait for the navy he property. the new phasing is responding to the decouple of of the shipyard and the alice griffith now with the 349 could precede. the additional piece i wanted to mention i know the - this phasing schedule is something that must get reviewed by the california economical quality act we're working with the sequa to identify anything that my create additional economical impacts. generally, we do
heavily in not offering protection. the massachusetts general attorney did a large study a number of years ago and a lot of information was disclosed to the massachusetts ag that claims claim secret protection. they found it was against public policy to in light of trade secrets considerations and protections that have been claimed for that information. they held it was in the public interest to disclose the information they found anyway. so i think that you're exactly right. when we think about consumers in the market and the impact that this is having on them, the public policy is going to sway in the other direction. as we start to see more aco's develops and more bundle care and providers have a larger burden of determining -- we only have a certain amount of a patient and we have to make referrals to different providers. it's going to be important to how much it costs so they can keep their own cost down when they're thinking about making referrals. it's not going to be just patient that needs this information, but it's vital for the provider to make that decision goin
in not offering protection. the massachusetts general attorney did a large study a number of years ago and a lot of information was disclosed to the massachusetts ag that claims claim secret protection. they found it was against public policy to in light of trade secrets considerations and protections that have been claimed for that information. they held it was in the public interest to disclose the information they found anyway. so i think that you're exactly right. when we think about consumers in the market and the impact that this is having on them, the public policy is going to sway in the other direction. as we start to see more aco's develops and more bundle care an
. we have seen it work in massachusetts. that would be as -- as undisruptive as possible. in good faith fried to write the law so people could keep their care. we believe ultimately they will be better off when they're buying health care through the marketplace. they can access tax credits and benefiting for choice and competition. but obviously we didn't do a good enough job in terms of how we crafted the law. that's something that i regret. that's something that we are going to do everything we can to get fixed. in the meantime. >> that sound like you are supportive of this legislation, the various things that are out there? >> we are looking at a range of options. one thing i want to emphasize though, chuck. everybody is acting as if the existing market was working. fact of the matter is that a whole lot of people who are in this individual market who are big health care on their own, not getting it through their employer, they might be happy with it this year, and then suddenly next year the cost got jacked up by 15%, 20%. the average increase on premiums in this individual market f
preservation commissions i'm happy to work with her again. alicia is coming to us from cambridge, massachusetts to please join me in welcoming alicia to san francisco. commissioners that conclusions any presentation >> i just want to mention and thank tim and the staff for the excellent job they did do at the african-american community forum. i tenant and also convincing if the planning commission. we said hell hello and we'd be listening and very much involved. there was a group that kind of basically challenged the way things were happening and it was good basically, they were saying are you the planning department tlut our history and, of course not that. and i think as we go forward particularly in looking at some of the recommendations out of the historic recommendation report the historic surveys are done and the historic contact statement we pay attention to insuring that and understanding it's done to make sure it's inclusive, you know, as possible. i think the planning department is going to come up with the recommendations of the issues. were brought up. it's very illuminating and ov
. >> and then governor swarsen ager in california forced you to speak up. >> that's correct. at that time massachusetts had marriage equality through the judicial route. in california a precedent-setting thing happened. both house, the senate and the assembly passed the marriage equality bill, and all that was needed was the governor's siing, governor arnold swarzenegger who campaigned by being a friend of the glp community. he made statements like, "i worked with gays and les by -- less bians, some of my best friendsar gays and les bians", >> but he didn't sign it. >> he's a republican and has a conservative base. playing to that, he vetoed it. i was enraged. i was, together with brad at that time... >> brad is your partner. >> brad is your partner. >> yes. >> and you are married? >> a little after swarzenegger's veto. we saw young people pouring on to santa monica boulevard venting their rage and here we were at home comfortable. we discussed it and i said, "i have to speak out on this. we are so close and that hippo crit swarzenegger vetoed it. for me to speak out my voice needed to be authentic. i
. today is her birthday. she is from massachusetts. she recently lost 20 pounds so she asked us to give her a new look to go along with her new body. >> happy birthday. 65 today. everyone is already crying. why? >> because i'm excited about this. this is terrific. i couldn't ask for anything better. >> we are happy we can give you this gift. i know she tells me she is in a rut. >> that's for sure. when it's her birthday she deserves the birthday more than anybody because she celebrates them and i don't celebrate them so i'm so happy for her. >> thank you very much. couldn't ask for anything better. >> she is here with that husband, steve, who loves her so much he couldn't take his eyes off of her a few minutes ago. let's look at jamie before and bring out the birthday girl. >> jamie's got a little cleavage, steve, i want to warn you. take off those blinders. >> wow! >> jamie, turn around, darling. >> who is that? >> wow. >> it's fantastic. are you going out tonight? >> we are going out tonight. >> tell us what you did. >> first of all, this is a great haircut for her hair texture. she h
in the nation. >>> a plan to bring a movie theater to the area north of massachusetts avenue is in the works. the washington business journal reports landmark theaters plans to build a ten-screen movie theater as a development plan at new york avenue and m streets northeast. the theater will have a full bar, luxury reclining seats, reserve seating and a 3-d projection option. >>> well, the redskins looked really good as they were going into half time last night but not so good when they walked out of town. >> can't have those drives and we can't let that swing the momentum for the rest of the game. it felt like we were in control. >> reporter: rough night against the minnesota vikings despite dominating many statistical categories. >> the redskins lost to the minnesota vikings 27-34. the vikings had one win going into this game. christian ponder left with an injury. rg3, 281 yards. the loss drops the skins to 3-6 on the year, the same record they had last year before they finished with seven straight wins to take the division. so there's a chance. >> there is a chance. the saints have to hel
california and massachusetts. other regions of the country; whole does not have a large presence in some states, like california and massachusetts. other regions are well aware that kentucky. to hear t cncer we country. but since epa i refuses tocom to kentucky, i decided on behalf of kentucky's coal miners and families that i would bring their concerns to you myself. the epa won't come to listen to us, we'll come here. to the epa. by now it is clear that this administration and your agency have declared a war on colt. for kentucky it means a war on jobs and our state's economy. the president outright stated his intention for the coal industry. this is what he had to say. if somebody wants to build a coal power plant. they can. it will bankrupt them. they're going to be charged a huge sum for the greenhouse gas being emitted. a direct quote from the president of the united states. one of the first things president obama did upon taking office in 2009 was to push through congress' cap-and-trade bill to try to push it through -- i might add. designed to hike utility rights and bankrupt the
asthmatics, who experience --or person from massachusetts, whose pediatrician prescribes a five- day course of steroids [indiscernible] mia calls these pills the crying medicine is they cause her to have nightmares. these people are the tip of the iceberg. over 7 million children suffer from asthma. june 2010 study for the d's control centers show and increase in asthma for all ages from 2001 to 2009. how do we reverse these numbers? how to issa suffering of future generations when it comes to this disease? reducing carbon pollution is a critical first step. nation'snts are our largish first of carbon pollution, with 40% of our nation is carbon dioxide emitted from power plants. carbon pollution is causing global warming and hotter weather means more zone. more ozone buses more lung damage. more locally, in d.c., the air received an f rating for ozone according to a 2013 report, putting the health of thousands of children at-risk. we know what he can and should do. t isobvious place to star power plants. setting standards for all power plants that exist in our country today. so vividly redu
. a security researcher with university in germany and university of massachusetts amhearst he says security engineers are working in secret when designing systems he says that is part of the problem. >> it's still widely used called security dial key. it's only secure as long as the bad guys don't know how it works. >> with computer security nothing is obscured. bad guys know how systems work. they just can't get to codes or keys. with cars once known, the codes and keys, professor says can be easily found. >> often, only a question of reverse engineering knowing how they work, once you know how they work it becomes easy to break. >> long beach police identified an electronic testing tool as the mystery device used to unlock vehicles they're in the releasing adecisional information. now, security experts i spoke with and i spoke with quite a few, are not sure. believing instead hackers from around the world are developing multiple devices. so, this comes back to where does this leave you? at this point the best way to protect yourself is remove valuables from your car. right now there isn't
. >> this comes after a top massachusetts politician acts of the social media giant to meet relocate to where the company started. allied facebook said it plans to build an engineering team in cambridge. the team will focus on projects such at just such as networking and security and the new office will be just a couple of miles from harvard where mark zuckerberg berger founded facebook in his blue one will. >> tomorrow afternoon will continue to cool is not want to be a dramatic pulldown still a lot of 70 degree readings appeared >> as we had to the weekend will continue to cool and even have a chance of rain as we head into late monday appeared like extended forecast shows monday night into tuesday morning is the best chance for rain temperatures will be cooled those days as a result of a storm moving through. it >> coming up part 3 of an exclusive kron4 series or stanley roberts rise with a unit that is dedicated to catching san francisco's most wanted. >> stay with us we will be back after the break of kron4 news. it i love watching tv outside. and why can you move the tv out here? the wi
care in massachusetts got the nomination. >> i would just say if you look at ornstein's book and trace legislative patterns, electoral patterns, governing patterns, the right has swung further right than the left. >> moderate mitt. >> i actually agree with you alex, with all deference to the great grand journalist. i don't think the left, quote, unquote, left of the democratic party has never been as left as the right of the republican party and held the kind of deference and sway in the democratic party that the right has. this is the notion republicans have feared their base in that oh, no we better capitulate them. democrats fear their base as oh, no, we can't be seen associating with them. no one really strong wanted to jump in in 2012. i don't think that will be the cains 2016. is are the democrats holding sway? >> you were in monmouth county. >> when you're in new york where the journalists are you can take the train in five minutes and be in new jersey. we went to new jersey, a survivor story. i went two hours on the train. >> why? >> because republicans there. >> why monmouth c
gusts of 168 miles an hour, blue hill, massachusetts. can you see blue hill from boston. you can imagine how big those storms. >> wow. paul, i mean, what kind of an impact might a storm like this have on the u.s.? >> well, as joe noted, the kind of energy and the kind of storms we're seeing now in the philippines has happened here in the u.s. when it happened in the past, we weren't quite as built up. if we had a storm like this that hit in miami, that was not even this big, the impact could from an insured loss perspective could be really, really high. some estimates it could be greater than $125 billion in insured losses. there's a lot of risk on the east coast still. >> and the risk is on the east coast. what are the expectations for the east coast, then, in the u.s.? >> well -- >> i'll tell you the east coast and gulf coast as well -- go ahead, joe. >> like the warm cycle like the 1950s, they're ramped up. this was a remarkable year in the atlantic. i've never soon a warm cycle of the atlantic with such low tropical activity. a lot of dry air that's put a cap on global activity. it s
is that as in massachusetts, under romney care, there were minimum standards for health care plans that were offered. the reason it's so is if you want young and healthy people and not picking what kind of coverage they think they need or ultimately the risk model will collapse. it is also true people who get a cancellation notice can get another plan that could be a better plan for them. this all is very complicated and does not detract from the point when he said you can keep your plan no matter what, that wasn't right. >> the bottom line is the rollout was faulty. that's painful. now the question is, whether this next promise can be kept. >> this is the interesting thing. the rollout was faulty. the reason is the tech problems. i have been through a lot of rollouts, not all health care. we are innovative and wonderful in creating health care. it happens again and again and again. the problem is, it happened in the biggest tech rollout in the history of the world. >> do you think it was smart to give another deadline? >> if they are going to make it, it's great. >> it's great. >> you know, my rule
because of safety and privacy concerns. this week massachusetts senator ed markey introduced a bill calling for drone regulations. >> we need to ensure that these drones take off with ply vasrivacy protection attached to them. >> in a way that allows drones to spy on families in their backward s backyards, then that's not right. >> reporter: the faa says it will select six sites in the u.s. to test drone safety. there will be safety standards for drone designs and pilots will need to be certified, but in a statement the agency said the faa's mission does not extend to regulating privacy. the concern is that almost anyone with a few hundred bucks can make a drone. >> the delta wing. >> reporter: when we profiled camera company go-pro they attached one of their $200 mini cameras to a remote control plane. it basically became a drone recording crystal clear hd video. the faa estimates that within five years, 7500 commercial drones will be whizzing through the sky. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> the food and drug administration says artif
six-year-old from massachusetts whose pediatrician prescribes a five day course of steroids whenever she express a major flareup of her symptoms. she calls these crying medicine because they cause of have nightmares, angry outbursts and episodes of uncontrollable tears. raven, destiny armed men with the tip of the iceberg. over seven when children suffer from asthma in the united states. this number is growing. june 2010 studies from the center for disease control showed an increase in asthma for all ages from 2001-2009. how do we reverse these numbers? how to reduce the suffering of future generations when it comes to this chronic disease? reducing carbon pollution is a critical first step. power plants are our nation's largest source of carbon pollution with 40% of our nation's carbon dioxide emitted from power plants. carbon pollution is causing global warming and hotter weather means more ozone. more ozone in turn causes more lung damage. for children's lungs in particular. more locally in d.c., the air received an f. rating for ozone according to american lung association 2013 s
at the end because of scott brown's election from massachusetts. they were never quite content with the law and they sort of hung it together with baling wire and chewing gum. now on to reform america's financial system is, on to green jobs, on to these other things, but it turned out it was just a ticking time bomb back there because they did it on a single-party vote, because they didn't do it correctly. as the thing unravels itself, it steals from the president and, consequently, the nation the opportunity to move on and talk about other things. shoddy worksmanship by the president and democrats in 2009 pays a terrible consequence when you get down to it for the rest of the country in all stripes in 2013. martha: yeah. it's a good piece and good to talk to you this morning. >> thank you. martha: fox foxnews.com/fox news first and then type your e-mail address right in the box. bill: i mean, it's easy. so what do you think? what's your take on what the president had to say about the obamacare problem? send us a tweet, our twitter question of the day. did he accept the apology, or did he g
, or the young six-year-old mia from massachusetts whose pediatrician prescribed a five day source of steroids whenever mia experience is a major flareup. she calls this the cry in the medicine because they cause her to have nightmares from angry outburst and episodes of uncontrollable tears. they are merely the tip of the iceberg. over 7 million children suffer from as in the united states. and this number is growing. june, 2010 study for the center of disease control showed an increase in asthma for all ages from 2001 to 2009. how do we reverse these numbers? how d to ease the suffering of e future generations when it comes to this chronic disease? reducing carbon pollution is a critical first step. power plants are the nation's largest source of carbon pollution at 40 40% of the natis carbon dioxide emitted from the power plants. carbon pollution is causing global warming and hotter weather means more ozone. more ozone in turn causes lung damage. for children's lungs in particular. more locally, here in dc, the air received in aspirating for the ozone according to the american lung associat
dorchester, massachusetts. i grew up -- i understand the problem. however, i could have given him the cell phone if he called me first >> however, he did leave a message. they didn't get anyone on the line. so he may just have said i'll leave a message. >> it's a nice message. >> it was a big win for walsh. >> it's such -- it's a terrible moment i think for him on the heels of the other moment in the book where that must have been such a tremendous embarrassment. >> it does unfortunately play into the caricature which is not exactly what you want to do if you're going to run for president. >> like rick perry, joe biden will make jokes about it in his speeches for a couple months. >> he may be calling -- he will probably call a lot of random people and leave messages on purpose, i would say. >> if i were joe biden, i would go appear somewhere with marty walsh. >> all of them. gloria, john, candy, thank you so much. >>> next, a top obama administration official throws fuel on smoldering conspiracy theories. details of what john kerry says about who was behind the jfk assassination. >>> plus,
and privacy concerns. this week massachusetts senator ed markey introduced a bill calls for drone regulations. >> we need to ensure that these drones take off with privacy protections attashched to them. if it's being used in way that allows drones to spy on families in their backyards, then that's not right. >> reporter: in their roadmap the faa says it will select six sites in the u.s. to test drone safety and how they will detect and avoid other aircraft. there will be safety standards and pilots will need to be serlt feed but in a statement the agency said the faa's mission does not extend to regulating privacy. the concern is that almost anyone with a few hundred bucks can make a drone. when we profiled camera company gopro, they attached one of their 200 mini cameras to a remote control plane. it basically bake a drone creating crystal clear video. within five years, 7,500 commercial drones will be whizzing through the sky. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >>> the food and drug administration says artificial trans fats are not safe t
because of safety and privacy concerns. this week massachusetts senator ed markey introduced a bill calls for drone regulations. >> we need to ensure that these drones take off with privacy protections attached to them. if it's being used in way that allows drones to spy on families in their backyards, then that's not right. >> reporter: in their roadmap the faa says it will select six sites in the u.s. to test drone safety and how they will detect and avoid other aircraft. there will be safety standards and pilots will need to be serlt feed but in a statement the agency said the faa's mission does not extend to regulating privacy. the concern is that almost anyone with a few hundred bucks can make a drone. when we profiled camera company gopro, they attached one of their 200 mini cameras to a remote control plane. it basically bake a drone creating crystal clear video. within five years, 7,500 commercial drones will be whizzing through the sky. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >>> the food and drug administration says artificial trans fats are not safe to eat so the agency
, massachusetts, connecticut, new york, new jersey delaware, maryland and virginia are currently scheduled to receive beach erosion and coastal storm damage risk reduction projects. and we expect 70% of this work to be completed by 2016. there will always be residual risk for americans who live in coastal regions. expected changes in sea level rise extreme weather, and other impacts are likely to increase the risks fating these areas. -- facing these areas. together with noah and fema, the corps of engineers developed a sea level rise tool to help communities anticipate the influence of sea level rise. we will use base flood elevation maps from fema, the coastal mapping capabilities of noaah. and a sea level rise calculator from the corps of engineers. this tool yesterday was recognized by the president and was awarded the green government climate change champion award. so the collaboration between our agencies as a result of sandy has already produced a future-looking sustainability and tool that we can all use throughout the federal government. in addition, noaah and the corps of enginee
, only for states where coal does not have a large presence. like california and massachusetts. other regions of the country have or are well aware that coal provides nearly 40% of our nation's electricity. as such, i ask all of you folks to hold a hearing in kentucky to hear the concerns of coal country. but since epa refuses to come to kentucky, i decided on behalf of kentucky's coal miners and their families that i would bring their concerns to you myself. if the epa won't come to listen to us, we'll come here to the epa. by now it is clear that this administration and your agency have declared a war on coal. for kentucky this means a war on jobs and on our state's economy. the president has outright stated his intentions for the coal industry, and this is what he had to say: if somebody wants to build a coal power plant, they can. it's just that it will bankrupt them. because they're going to be charged a huge sum for all the greenhouse gas that's being emitted. that's a direct quote from the president of the united states. one of the first things president obama did upon taking o
young people enroll. we knew from the massachusetts speerjs, many young people enrolled in the latter part of the enrollment period. the important part here is to cut through the right-wing twerking we're hearing ben espouse, his rhetoric, and look at the fact. >> i don't know if ben does twerking, but that's a whole other segment. >> it's called right-wing twerking. the hypocrisy of the right wing is really what is so galling when 14,000 sit whereins a month were losing their health insurance between 2008 and 2009, you didn't see the right wing complaining about it, or when 10% of employees lost their insurance, the right wing wasn't speaking up. >> ben -- wait, ben, to play off that, did the republican party then hurt itself, particularly the tea party, by forcing the government shutdown over obama care? because in the end, you didn't get anything on obama care, and would it have been better if you tried to negotiate a delay rather than defund it? >> well, at the beginning, we said we don't want to have it. then the white house and the senate said, no, so we said, let's is saone-yea
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